Overcoming Bleeding Due To Myoma And Cysts?
Good night r n Sorry, I want to ask, my mother was hit by a myoma and also a cyst and bleeding from the 20th of October until now. And yesterday we examined at a specialist specialist, the doctor gave us two choices. Opraasii or injections for menopausal love and if the family chooses to inject only. R nWhat is the only question is whether the injection for love of menopause is still bleeding or not.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Myoma is a growth of abnormal muscle cells in or around the uterus which is benign or non-malignant. Myoma is not a cancer and actually some women have a myoma during their lives and did not realize it until accidentally discovered during pregnancy or ultrasound for other reasons. Even if there are symptoms, usually in the form of excessive menstrual pain, frequent urination, pain in the abdomen or lower back, miscarriage, infertility, and difficulty defecating.
Until now the cause of the emergence of myoma is still not known with certainty, but is often associated with estrogen or a hormone produced in the ovaries. This is because the myoma usually arises when a person is 16-50 years old, where in that range, levels of the hormone in a woman's body are high. After menopause, hormone levels drop and myoma also usually shrinks. This is the basic reason why there is a choice of menopause injections in your mother's condition in addition to surgery to immediately take the myoma.
Regarding your question, if indeed the bleeding is caused by myoma, this method has a great theoretical opportunity to heal your mother and stop the bleeding. We say 'have a chance', because doctors must not guarantee healing to patients by any disease as simple as that even the flu, especially myoma. Therefore, even if the bleeding does not stop, you can immediately return to the doctor who treated your mother for evaluation, whether the injection is working or not, or the choice must be taken directly through surgery, or the myoma is shrinking, but there are other reasons for the bleeding, such as infection .
Meanwhile, keep helping your mother to live a healthy life with regular exercise, stay away from cigarette smoke and stress, take regular breaks, consume foods rich in nutrients such as vegetables and fruit, and maintain ideal body weight. So, hopefully answering your question.